Privacy Rights Don't Shield Home Addresses: Pa. High Court

Law360, New York (February 20, 2013, 1:32 PM EST) -- The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the state constitution does not give people the right to privacy regarding their home addresses, affirming a lower court's decision clarifying the open records law in a case involving a prospective political candidate.

In a one-sentence order, the high court affirmed the Commonwealth Court's January 2012 decision dismissing Mel M. Marin's complaint against the state and heads of both the Office of Open Records and Bureau of Commissions, Elections and Legislation over what he deemed to be right to...
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